Beaverton Bankruptcy: Debtor Statement of Intention

When you file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy in Beaverton, you must file a statement of intent. Your statement of intent tells the courts and your creditors how you plan to deal with any secured debts you may have. A secured debt is a form of debt where your creditors can legally repossess your personal or real property (or secured property) as collateral. Some examples of secured debts include car payments and mortgages.

You must file a statement of intent within 30 days of your first creditors meeting.
In addition, you must either finish payments on your secured property or reaffirm the debt on your secured property within 45 days. When you reaffirm your debt, you choose to continue payment on your debt after you file for bankruptcy.

If you have not finished paying your secured debts or reaffirmed your secured debts within 45 days, the courts will terminate your automatic stay as to the property securing the particular secured debt. The automatic stay is a federal court order that stops all collection proceedings against you. Creditors have to stop their foreclosure proceedings, stop any pending lawsuits against you, and stop garnishing your wages.

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